:: Brule River Lodge ::

Private, vacation lodging :: Fly fisherman's dream :: Abundent nature

Unique Northern Wisconsin Vacation Rental



Unique Northern Wisconsin Vacation Rental

This rare 4-season rental on 1,000 feet of private river frontage on the Brule river, (Bois Brule, Fr. burnt wood). Brule river, is a famous, spring-fed trout stream flowing north from Upper St. Croix Lake, at the continental divide, into Lake Superior. It is one of the most desirable vacation destinations, noted for it's natural beauty and quiet serenity. The rental property is a uniquie architectural gem nestled inside the Brule River State Forest.

• Property type: house, 1800 sq. ft.
• Location type: River front, 1,000 ft
River landing/dock
• 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 7
Two full baths
Full kitchen
Washer and dryer
• High Speed internet/WiFi
• Phone
• Satellite TV
• Canoes, kayak

The main area is an open floor plan with a wrap around deck and an area for alfresco dining, over looking the river. The full kitchen is equipped with appliances, large and small to accommodate any cook and staples such as spices, flour, sugar, oils, etc., are provided. There is satelite TV and Wi-Fi and a DVD.

There are three bedrooms, a master en suite on the first floor, and two bedrooms and full bath are on the lower floor. Each room has large widows with beautiful views of the river and forest, . The lower level sleeps 4-5 with a double bed and a single in one bedroom, which also includes a sink area, and a second bedroom with two single beds. Both rooms have doors leading out to a patio, which is approximately 50' distance from the river

Nature surrounds this retreat/lodge with tranquil serenity and fresh, clean mornings to have your coffee sitting on the deck looking out at the river, or at the dock, watching the fish jumping and eagles flying overhead.

Don your waders and walk out into the river from the dock and cast a line or two, or contact one of the local guides for a fishing experience of a life time.

It's a must to take a canoe or kayak from the dock, up or down the gentle flowing Brule river viewing the elegant, old log homes built by original residents from the turn of the last century.

Begin at Stones Bridge and take a leisurely, 4 hour canoe trip, through an uncut natural northern pine forest that was the once the Voyageur's highway to the Mississippi and beyond, via the St. Croix River. The "trip down from Stones" is dotted with small rapids here and there and passes "Cedar Island" a stately, turn of the century, fishing camp, visited by several past presidents.

Step just outside the back door and take a long leisurely walk, ski or snow shoe, on one of the many nearby hiking trails or just head out into the woods. Drive to one of the many, near-by trail heads on the scenic North Country Trail or Brule State Forest hunter walking trails.

There are many area lakes. Near by Lake Nebagamon has groceries and restaurants, a swimming beech and boat landings. Drive north of Brule township 13 miles to the mouth of the Brule on the sandy shore of Lake Superior.

This vacation retreat beacons you to stop and relax and be mystified by the awe-inspiring, 300 year old Norway and White pine forest that surrounds you, while also enlivening you to get out and enjoy some of your favorite outdoor activities in one of the most enchanting places on earth. It's one of those places that you may just get out of your box and hug a tree.

To dos:

fly fyshing
hiking
swimming
biking
canoeing
kayaking
deer, grouse, turkey hunting
cross country skiing
berry picking
mushroom hunting
bird watching
eagle watching
boating on area lakes
fishing
picnicing
agate hunting on lake superior shore
smelting
relaxing
reading
napping
meditating

-Friends of the Brule river and State Forest:

• The finest spring-fed trout stream in the Upper Midwest

• An extraordinary scenic and whitewater paddling experience

• The voyageur's earliest path from Lake Superior to the Mississippi basin

• A rich post-settlement cultural heritage exemplified by Presidential visits, great lodges, and the preservation of special riparian lands by private inholders

• High quality scenic values in the small lakes and hiking and skiing trails that are within the state forest

• Rare ecological features, including bogs and the boreal forest of Superior's South Shore.